By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: December 24th, 2013 at 11:40 pm EST
The Boise State Broncos were playing their first game without former head coach Chris Peterson.
Peterson left the team earlier this month to accept a new head coaching position. Peterson accepted the head coaching position at the University of Washington after Steve Sarkisian left for the Southern California Trojans.
The Broncos would lose the Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl to Oregon State. The 7-6 Beavers defeated the 8-5 Broncos, 38-23, in Hawaii.
The Broncos would score the final three touchdowns in the game. Grant Hedrick threw a short pass to Matt Miller, who then turned the reception into an 85-yard touchdown.
Broncos kicker Dan Goodale kicked a 33-yard field goal with less than 3 minutes left.
Jay Ajayi made it 38-13 Beavers on a 1-yard touchdown with 4:32 left in the third quarter. Storm Woods rushed for a 5-yard touchdown to make it 38-6 Beavers.
The second quarter saw the Beavers score two touchdowns. Terron Ward rushed for 9-yards to make the score 31-6. The Beavers made it 24-6 on a wild play that saw Hedrick threw a pass to Troy Ware, who fumbled the ball.
Rashaad Reynolds picked up the ball at the 30-yard line and rushed 70-yards into the end zone for a touchdown, which made the score 24-6.
Goodale added a 42-yard field goal for the Broncos to make it 17-6. Goodale also added a 24-yard field goal to make it 3-3 in the first quarter.
Trevor Romaine kicked a 27-yard field goal to give the Bears a 3-0 lead. With the score 3-3, Sean Mannion threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Brandin Cooks to make it 10-3.
Hedrick was involved another trick play when the Beavers made it 17-3, as Hedrick was sacked by Broncos defender Scott Crichton. On the sack, Hedrick fumbled the ball, and Reynolds picked up the ball for a 3-yard touchdown.
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